Writing your family history can be complicated. Now there’s help!
Scrivener is the No.1 writing software on the market. Scrivener for the Family Historian will guide genealogists to becoming well-organized and productive family history writers. Written by genealogy professional, author and long-time Scrivener user, Lynn Palermo, you’ll learn to outline, organize, write, revise and publish your family history using Scrivener.
Whether you’re writing a family history story, a memoir, life story or an epic novel, this guide is designed to help you start working with Scrivener immediately. No long manual to read, this Scrivener guide is ideal for the beginner writer regardless of the genre. Learn to write with Scrivener in simple, uncomplicated terms.
This book also includes links to Scrivener Family History templates and video tutorials.
Author – Lynn Palermo (the Armchair Genealogist)
Kindle – $2.99
Paperback – $14.99
An Introduction to Metadata
Metadata is the digital equivalent of the penciled note you hope to find on the back of an old family photo. This guide shows you how metadata can help you organize and manage your photo collection and your family research.
You are welcome to download a PDF copy of this guide. Click or tap the Download icon at the bottom of the viewer screen to start the download.
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Source: 5 Weak Words to Avoid & What to Use Instead
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People misunderstand words and phrases all the time. This may be because of poor hearing or comprehension. Speaking informally can also cause a person to misunderstand and misuse words. This infographic will throw some light on how to avoid 33 of the most commonly misused words and expressions out there.
Source: 33 Commonly Misunderstood Words & Phrases (Infographic)